LTE Antenna Handles Wide Array Of Technologies

Ethertronics’1002289 LTE antenna provides design engineers with the ability to cover many wireless technologies with a single device. The antenna features broadband tuning, making it suitable for many international LTE bands as well as sub-GHz technologies, such as LoRa or Sigfox. Based on a flexible substrate, it can be easily integrated into systems.

 

Covering frequency ranges between 698 MHz to 960 MHz (low band) and 1710 to 2690 MHz (high band), the embed­ded antenna supports all current LTE standards worldwide and is backwards compatible. Conceptualized as a standard antenna with a weight of 0.86g and measuring of 53.6 mm x 25.1 mm x 0.2 mm, it eliminates the design fees and cycle time associated with a custom solution.

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In addition, the 1002289 antenna integrates a U.FL-compatible connector and is compliant to the latest RoHS version. For more details, checkout the 1002289 datasheet.

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